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How do you get around Adwords & squeeze pages?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Georges, Aug 23, 2012.

  1. Georges

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    adwords doesn't allow squeeze pages, but i see people getting around that some how. does anyone care to share how exactly?
     
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  3. bigballin6161

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    I dont think you can. I think you have to make a legit blog with content and all the pages for their TOS and put a bunch of opt ins on the page and hopefully they sign up on there.
     
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    Google is a pain. Try making it an informative landing page with an email capture form at the top and content below. Also don't make it a one page site. You need a TOS and privacy policy. Also add in some other pages to fill out the site some. You could probably get away with using PLR content.

    If that doesn't work you can try sending them to a content filled page without the capture form and use an exit pop.
     
  5. zebrahat

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    I remember peter2002 offering a "backdoor" method where you offer a very attractive freebie on your informational website, that the visitor can get via a squeeze page. The landing page would in turn be set up (via Aweber or whatever) to, upon the email submit, send the visitor to a thank you/exit page that was the landing page for the related paid affiliate product.

    For the purposes of solving the Adwords problem, instead of a product landing page, the LP the visitor clicking the Adwords ad should be is an informational site, with all the bells and whistles Adwords demands, but one that carries the informational freebie prominently as an optin box or page (a box would probably be better). Once submitted, the exit page would be the paid product LP, as per the backdoor technique.